Numerus Klausus #22: The Future was Yesterday

Click to Enlarge  So, yes, my dear(s). The basic gag is exactly the same as the one in the previous post, only reversed this time. Anyone who’s been following this blog, read a few of my texts or just within a few kilometer-radius of me knows what I think about the late-90s-2000s fever with starchitectureContinue reading “Numerus Klausus #22: The Future was Yesterday”

Numerus Klausus #14: [Intermission] A vision of the pneumatic passage (I) – Amaphonia

Click to enlarge “On our third week, we arrived in the city of Amaphonia. Some centuries earlier, the inhabitants of the city had filed a formal complaint, claiming that their architects did not pay attention to the acoustic needs of buildings. They should have known better. As architects’ minds go, this call for attention ultimatelyContinue reading “Numerus Klausus #14: [Intermission] A vision of the pneumatic passage (I) – Amaphonia”

The New City Reader: Food (II). Less is More (Alienating)

Click to Read Noone’s gonna get the cinephilic reference (otherwise, prove me wrong if you dare). In any case, the Food Section of The New City Reader, curated by  William Prince, Krista Ninivaggi, and Nicola Twilley will “hit the stands” at the New Museum next Sunday. Be sure to get a free copy if youContinue reading “The New City Reader: Food (II). Less is More (Alienating)”